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Sarah Lemmon

Sarah is co-creator and editor of Seattle Greenlaker. A former journalist with a nose for news and a heart for people, she owns her own PR and consulting business called Lemmon PR. When Sarah’s not exploring Green Lake, she’s sewing or searching for the best bowl of ramen in the city.

Black Joy and Mindful Movements Read By Library Interns Starts Next Week

The Seattle Public Library and Greenwood’s The Bureau of Fearless Ideas are hosting a series of live stream book readings featuring Black authors/illustrators. The readings will be read by Black teen library interns Leeah, Ruth and Asemayet. The program is free and geared towards early-learning programs. Here is the full program booklist. Click the links below to join […]

Public Input Needed On Green Lake Community Center And Evans Pool Design

After a review of potential future homes for the Green Lake Community Center and Evans Pool a recent public poll determined that people favored both sites staying in or near where the structures are currently housed on the eastern side of Green Lake. Now Park designers have created three options for that area and are […]

Green Lake Outdoor Exercise Equipment Vandalized

Last week someone sawed off parts of the exercise equipment in Green Lake near the outdoor amphitheater. The area, managed by the Seattle Parks Department, was open to all to use for free and contained exercise rings and exercise bars. Chatter on social media sites like NextDoor had people asking if this was done by […]

Stay Healthy Streets Survey Input Needed By July 15

Several streets around Seattle have been closed to vehicle traffic in an attempt to open areas for people to safely walk/bike in the time of social distancing. It is called Stay Healthy Streets and Green Lake’s starts at East Green Lake Way N and ends at N 63rd St and West Green Lake Drive. There […]

The Future of The Green Lake Community Center

Seattle Parks and Recreation just announced the results of the recent survey asking the community about the future of the Green Lake Community Center. Spoiler alert: the future Community Center will likely go near where the current structure is now. Read on to find out the full story: “Seattle Parks and Recreation thanks community for […]

Juneteenth March For Justice & Independence

The group Justice For Black Lives has organized a Juneteenth March for Justice tomorrow at 10 a.m. starting at Woodland Park Playground (Phinney Ave N & N 59th St). The event commemorates the freedom of slaves in Texas who were freed two years after the Emancipation Proclamation was signed. Here’s the schedule:Friday, June 19, 202010:00 […]

Cinco De Mayo: Green Lake Edition

Tuesday is Cinco De Mayo, and let’s face it, right now it feels pretty good to have something on our calendar, even if it is just food to bring home and enjoy with our family. Here’s a few Cinco de Mayo inspired options that are right here in Green Lake. Frelard Tamales offers pickup or […]

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